M55C

Physical Assessment Simulator “Physiko Plus” CE

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Learning-to-Listen program, developed in collaboration with University of Illlinois at Chicago to standard physical assessment menu

  • physical examination
  • ECG
  • vital signes
  • heart sound test
Features We have launched M55C "Physiko Plus" in Europe - a very useful educational product to acquire basic physical assessment skills, that already HAS A CE CERTIFICATE.

1.Twelve preset patient scenatios cover typical complaints PLUS nine sets of "learning-to listen" modules for deliberate practice in the recognition and interpretation of clinical findings
2. Uses can create new simulated patients by selecting from the built-in options
3. Physiko allows individual assessment skills traning
Training skills / Applications Pupillary reflex / Blood pressure / Auscultation of lung sounds / Auscultation of heart sounds / Auscultation of bowel sounds / ECG simulation
Case / Pathology Myocardial Infarction / Dissectinc Aortic Aneurysm / Lung Infarction / Intercostal Muscle Ache / Ileus / Diarrhea / Brain Hypertension / Pneumonia / Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease / Pulmonic Fibrosis / Heart Failure / Anemia
Set includes 1 manikin / 1 terminal box / 1 laptop PC / 1 sphygmomanometer unit / 1 set of clothes / 1 wired microphone / 1 foot switch for ECG / Instruction manuals
Height (approx.) 155cm/61inch
Packing size (approx.) W176x D53 x H53cm / W69.3 x D20.9 x H20.9in,W49x D45 x H30cm / W19.3 x D17.7 x H11.8in
Weight (approx.) 24kg/53lbs
Packing weight (approx.) 113㎏ / 249.1lbs
Power source AC100V 50/60Hz
Power requirements (approx.) 70W
Materials Soft resin / Hard resin / Latex free
Related products Physical Assessment Simulator “Physiko”
Production & Development Supervision Product Supervision: Toyoaki Yamauchi, MD, ND, PhD, Professor, Department of Nursing Graduate School of, Medicine Nagoya University
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Learning to listen mode: collaboration with University of Illinois at Chicago
CE certified/CE Certification? Yes
Update February 10, 2022

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